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Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018 at 4:30pm

Q&A: Novelist Stanley Bing Explains How Sci-Fi Can Save Us From The Silicon Valley Overlords

In the year 2076, people have cranial implants connecting their brains to the Cloud, living bodies can be 3D printed, and weather is completely artificial. Within this world, a 127-year-old trillionaire executive named Arthur Vogel has discovered a way to live forever.

That's the premise of Stanley Bing's fascinating new novel, Immortal Life. Bing uses the apparatus of science fiction to explore the social and philosophical implications of...


12/28/17 at 10:02am
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How to Work Your New Year's Party by Stanley Bing   Do not under any circumstances eat anything with poppy seeds in it. Your Company's HR Department may be conducting random drug testing on January 1.     Even if it's a really terrific party, try not to...

12/22/17 at 6:33pm
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 A world where moguls live forever and bad thoughts are punished by intercranial shaming. Dave Shiflett reviews ‘Immortal Life’ by Stanley Bing. By Dave Shiflett Death is for chumps, at least according to Arthur Vogel, the central character in...

12/20/17 at 12:30pm
The Immortal Life - Reviewed in The USA Today
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BY David Holahan, Special to USA TODAY  If current events seem confounding, wait 60 years or so. Are you ready for trillionaires who live to be 127 and still long for longer life? Are you ready for a world where bald eagles are extinct but Segways are...

12/12/17 at 11:48am
Bing Interviews

Stanley Bing in an interview on CBSN discussing "The Immortal Life: A Soon to Be True Story." Is it presumptious to request a more handsome body as your next one? Watch here to find out.

12/7/17 at 12:36pm
The Immortal Life
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  On December 5th, my latest novel was published by Simon & Schuster. It's called Immortal Life, and it takes a look at what the very near future might look like if we continue on the road we're now travelling on.   It's the story of a really, really...

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